Help with Empire Stores Debt

Empire Stores are a Store Card / Catalogue Company.

Many major retailers offer a form of credit card called a store card, which you can only used within that particular shop or retail group.

Store cards can be a useful means of buying from a particular shop as they often come with special introductory offers giving you discounts on your first purchases or store card points per purchase which can be redeemed against purchases to provide future discounts.

However, store cards can work out to be expensive if you do not pay the balance in full, they come with interest rates that are usually higher than credit cards.

Catalogues are another means of purchasing goods on credit. They offer a mail order service that offers promotional / introductory discounts for your first order.

Catalogue or Mail Order companies usually offer a buy now pay later scheme that allows you to repay your order in full within a specified amount of time interest free. This interest free period is usually no more than 28 days.

You can then usually spread the cost over 12 months.

Catalogues can have high interest rates with some companies charging in excess of 39.9% APR.

Should you fall into arrears with Empire Stores, miss a payment or exceed your credit limit you will usually be charged and if these charges are not cleared on your next statement extra interest will accrue which will make it more difficult to pay off the debt.

If you have a store card or catalogue and are struggling with the payments click here to contact us or submit your details in the contact form to the right of your screen for instant debt advice.

Contact our Debt Specialist team today for confidential advice. We may be able help you by arranging a reduced repayment plan with Empire Stores on your behalf and help to deal with your debts for you.

The Financial Conduct Authority lays out rules and guidelines on how companies can operate in the consumer credit industry and to prevent unfair practices. The FCAs debt collection rules and guidance sets out minimum standards that all authorised companies involved in debt recovery and debt collection must adhere to in order to be considered fit to operate as a debt collector.

Examples of unfair practices include claiming unfair or excessive collection charges, harrassment, misrepresenting enforcement powers (threatening to seize property when lawfully they cannot), bypassing an appointed representative and contacting you directly, threatening legal action when it is unlikely to take place.

As part of our Debt Directory we have listed most of the store card or catalogue companies that operate within the UK, providing you with upto date information on each company. Click on the following link to find the Store Card and Catalogue Debt Directory.

If you are experiencing problems with store card or catalogue debt click here to contact us.

We have listed contact details and company information for Empire Stores below.

Company Name
Empire Stores
Correspondence Address
18 Canal Road
Bradford
BD99 4XB
Registered Address
C/O Shop Direct Home Shopping Ltd
First Floor
Skyways House
Speke Road
Speke
Liverpool
L70 1AB
Reg Company Number
4663281
Parent Company
Shop Direct Home Shopping Limited
Consumer Credit Licence
535858
Website
www.empirestores.co.uk
Director
Mark Newton-Jones
Direct Postal Address
Skyways House
Speke Road
Speke
Liverpool
L70 1AB
Director
David Wallace Kershaw
Direct Postal Address
Apartment 601
Beetham Plaza
25 The Strand
Liverpool
L2 0XJ
Group Finance Director
Steve Makin
Direct Postal Address
473a Chester Road
Woodford
Stockport
Cheshire
SK7 1PR
Director
Philip Leslie Peters
Direct Postal Address
20 St. James’s Street
London
SW1A 1ES
Director
Michael Deal
Direct Postal Address
20 St. James’s Street
London
SW1A 1ES
Director
Howard Myles Barclay
Direct Postal Address
20 St. James’s Street
London
SW1A 1ES
Director
Aidan Stuart Barclay
Direct Postal Address
20 St. James’s Street
London
SW1A 1ES

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